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miller joining us on the phone. -- jayne miller on the phone. an asher free have her yet. in the meantime, we will go to mindy basara. >> we want to emphasize the situation is not over. originally, we had a report the sugar had been subdued. the eighth floor has been contained. they cannot confirm the shooter has been subdued. that is all they are able to tell us. the situation is far from over. it is an incredible scene down there in east baltimore. it is a huge area. 40 buildings on 44 acres. it is extremely busy. people from across the world come for treatment. it is world renown. a lot of people are frightened. we heard from a woman earlier who was pregnant, and getting a screening done. she was told a shooter is in the building. i am sure she is scared to death. we will continue to keep you updated. we are told the situation is not over. they cannot confirm the sugar is subdued, and there is no word on the condition of that doctor. >> the shooter is subdued, and there is no word on the condition of the doctor. >> it is if so it's a situation. we want to joined chain bridge is a fluid
the race fans. i am jayne miller, live, downtown. >> thank you. now to the race for baltimore county executive, where joe bartenfelder has conceded to kevin kamenetz. george lettice is live where kevin kamenetz just a addressed his supporters. >> shortly after 10:00 a.m., and george -- joe bartenfelder conceded the race. an hour later, kevin kamenetz gave his victory speech. >> this was a hard-fought contest. each side was able to put forward their ideas and their goals. the voters have spoken. it is time that we put our differences behind us. i reach out to everyone in baltimore county to heal our division, joined together. i believe we will be democrats united. >> here is the concessions -- the concession statement i would like to thank all of the supporters. i am proud of the campaign ran that focuses on the issues. i concede, at this point in the race, and i wish the citizens of baltimore county well. kevin kamenetz says he wants joe bartenfelder's support you heard and say democrats will be united. there is no word on whether he will get that support. there is some word that the
. jayne miller is live at the city board of elections with the latest. >> we are going to go to the new numbers in the state's attorney's race. the ones posted after the absentee ballot vote count, these are the numbers. gregg bernstein with 31,187 votes, pat jessamy with 29,824 votes. that means mr. bernstein now has a slightly larger lead and he did before the absentee ballot count. but still no hint of concession from the incumbent. >> today we will be opening the absentee ballots. >> usually an uneventful part of elections, today's count of absentee ballots in the city drew a packed house, a full media contingent, and literally teams of lawyers for each of the candidates in the state's attorney's race. larry gibson had an election law book in hand. >> the account in baltimore than 1600 absentee ballots, and when all was said and done, -- >> we have795 bernstein, jessamy 727. >> bernstein supporter, lawyer warren brown, called on jessamy to secede. >> we would hope that ms. jessamy would just go ahead and concede, and recognize the inevitability of her loss. >> clearly it was a fair
is the money? here is jayne miller. >> it has been a painful six years. he was injured in a car accident. she has had three surgeries and is not done yet. >> and now find out i need another surgery on my back because almost the same condition is happening. my legs are giving out. >> if she had hoped to receive workers' compensation benefits. the accident occurred while she was on the job. she won her claim. is that your signature? >> no. >> the allegation is that you've forged checks. >> following the money trail. >> i have done this for 33 years and i have never seen anything like this. >> maryland is the first state to require students to learn about the environment as part of their regular studies. environmental lessons are part of the curriculum in environmental science. these lessons are needed in schools throughout maryland. they have decided to hold off on forcing students to pass an environmental course in order to graduate. that brings us to your answers to our water cooler question of the day. what do you think of a plan to make environmental education a required part of the school
will track and down to ask where the money is? here is jayne miller. >> it has been a painful six years. he was injured in a car accident -- she was injured in a car accident in 2004. she's had three surgeries. she is not done yet. >> now, i find out i need another surgery on my back because almost the same condition is happening. >> on able to work, she had hoped to receive workers' compensation benefits. the accident occurred on the job. she won her claims, but the benefit checks are another story. >> is that your signature? >> no. >> the addition is you forged checks and took the money. >> tonight, following the money trail. >> i've done this for 33 years, and i've never seen anything like this. >> the law-and-order debut is tonight. we will hear from the show protostar. the link between depression and a poor diet. >> nothing all for the state of maryland yet. there is a cold front on the move. i will break the chance of a shower down. it is 82 at the airport. tax on everything you buy? that's in andy harris' unfair tax plan. 23% sales tax. a 23% sales tax will cut my business in half. w
of tonight's commitment 2010 report. jayne miller joins us live in the newsroom. >> the new reports show that republican bob ehrlich has outraged democratic governor martin o'malley -- out raised governor martin o'malley. challenger gregg bernstein continues to surge in financial support to try to unseat incumbent pat jessamy. the challenger continues to pull in donors at a brisk clip, outperforming incumbent pat jessamy by a margin of nearly 3 to 1. the report shows he has raised more than $70,000 in just 19 days from august 10 thru august 29. most of the donations were less than $100, according to the bernstein campaign. he has a comfortable cushion for a last-minute advertising leading up to the election. by contrast, pat jessamy has pulled in $28,000 over the same 19-day period. we reported a loan wednesday, a personal loan jessamy is making to help pay for tv advertising that just started on the air. >> a spokesperson for the o'malley campaign called the recent aids in fund-raising for challenger bob ehrlich no big deal. the spokesperson said that have taken a break. the o'malley ca
jayne miller has more. >> ehrlich has out-raised o'malley. in that baltimore states attorney's race greg bern steen -- bernstein continues his support to out-race jessamy mple -- greg bernstein continues to out-perform pat jessamy by a margin of 3-1. he has raised more than 70,000 in 19 days from august 10 through 29. most of the donations, according to the bernstein campaign, less than $100. each. that leaves a comfortable cushion. by contrast jessamy has pulled in 28,244 over the same 19-day period. the report also shows a $100,000 loan to the jessamy campaign. that's reportedly a personal loan jessamy is making to her campaign to help pay for her tv advertising that just started on the air. >> back to the governor's race, a spokesperson called the recent edge in fundraising no big deal. the a spokesman said the o'malley campaign is taking a fund-raising break. he note noted they have maintained a big advantage in cash on hand. i'm jayne miller, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and maryland's first attempt at early voting began yesterday, and officials tell us it went well. the first numbers on how
that is being protected. j miller explains how this happened and what the city is doing about its -- jayne miller. >> it is one of the perks of the mayor's job, a camera surveillance system. this system was installed at sheila dixon's west baltimore home after she became mayor. it includes five external cameras. the cameras are connected to an internal monitoring system. it allows her to know what is going on outside her home at all times. after she was forced from her job, the city tried to retrieve the equipment. other perks were taken back, such as the jeep cherokee she kept at home, one of three vehicles she used as mayors. but the security camera system is still in place at her place. dixon has refused to relinquish the equipment despite repeated requests. the dispute has been turned over to the inspector general. dixon invoked martin o'malley's name when she was reached at home. when the o'malley -- the cameras were gone. jayne miller, wbal-tv 11 news. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. not a whol
's attorney. jayne miller has more. >> there were no hanging chats, but certainly enough lawyers in the room to bring to mind bush vs. gore. more than 1600 absentee ballots in the city state's attorney's race. at jessamy camp is trying to overcome challenger gregg bernstein lead in the race. they only lost ground with the absentee count. >> we have 795 bernstein, jessamy 727. bernstein had increased his lead when it was finished. lawyer warren brown called on pat jessamy to concede. >> most people are looking for some finality associated with this, so we would hope that ms. jessamy would just go ahead and concede, and recognize the inevitability of her loss. >> delegate kurt anderson suggested the race is over. >> at this point it seemed certain that mr. bernstein is going to maintain his lead. >> but jessamy is not budging. her lawyer late this afternoon by a request with election officials for specific documents about tuesday night's vote, an indication of possible legal challenges in the works. >> gregg bernstein release the statement. we are pleased to see that the absentee results conti
there are not political tea leaves to read. jayne miller is live in our newsroom. >> some of those tvs concerned the tea party which bob ehrlich will be keeping an eye on. martin o'malley has to worry about an anti-vote within his own party, something we have seen before. >> the governor who voted early last week can take it easy this election day. he faced no real primary competition. he does have to worry that the ghost of election past. remember 2002? kathleen kennedy-townsend won her primary but had to endure the sting of more than 100,000 democrats who went to the polls and voted instead for a little long retired grocer store clerk. we know what happened next. townshend lost to ehrlich. her defeat made possible by democrats who crossed party lines. o'malley had -- and now has a little known competition. republican bob ehrlich has a better known challenger banks to -- thanks to sarah palin. she endorsed brian murphy. it may reveal the strength of the tea party in maryland. keep an eye on the state senate races such as the 46 the district which includes federal health and canton. bill ferguson has mo
absentee ballots. >> there is still not a clear winner for the race for city state's attorney. jayne miller is live at city board of elections with the details. >> let's get to the new numbers and where they stand tonight in this race. as a result of the absentee count today, challenger gregg bernstein, 31,187 votes, pat jessamy, 29,008 had 24 votes. between 9824 votes. there are 1700 provisional ballots have to be examined. election experts say at this point the outcome is not likely to change at all. there is still no hint of concession from the incumbent, patricia jessamy. there were enough lawyers in the room to redefine bush versus court. within 1600 absentee ballots -- more than 1600 absentee ballots were at the heart of it. >> we have 795 for bernstein, 727 fort jessamy. lawyer warren brown called on pat jessamy to concede. >> most people are looking for something associated with this. we would hope that miss jessamy would just go ahead and concede and recognize the inevitability of her loss. >> even one supporter suggested the race is over. >> it seems kind of certain at this point
house. the inspector general strike to figure out how to get it back. jayne miller broke it earlier today. >> it is one of the perks of the mayor's job, and extensive city- on camera surveillance system intended to keep watch on the mayor's personal home and property 24/7. the system was installed at sheila dixon's home in 2007. it includes 5 external cameras attached to the outside of her house. the cameras are connected to an interior monitoring system, allowing dixon to know what is going on outside of her house at all times. after dixon was forced from the mayor's job on february 4, the city police the car and began attempts to retrieve the security equipment. -- the police -- the city police department began a test retrieve gis security equipment. -- began attempts to retrieve the security equipment. the department has has turned over the dispute to the city's inspector general. dixon invoked martin o'malley is vain could he kept his camera system, she claims, until his northeast baltimore house sold. when the o'malley house sale happen, the cameras were gone. dixon says, "do y
the governor's race and the state's attorney's race in baltimore. jayne miller has more from the newsroom. >> the new reports show the challenger, republican bob ehrlich has ourraised martin o'malley by a margin of more than two to one. $725,000 in donation, about $300,000 for o'malley. in the state's attorney's race, gregg bernstein continues his search in financial support to try to unseat incumbent pat jessamy. the reports but the fund-raising appeal of the candidates in sharp contrast. bernstein continues to pull in donors at a sharp clip, outperforming incumbent pat jessamy by a margin of three to one. the report shows he has raised more than $70,000 in just 19 days. most of the donations, according to the campaign, are less than $100 each. that leaves him more than $133,000 in cash on hand. by contrast, pat jessamy has pulled in $28,000 over the same period. the report shows a $100,000 loan to the jessamy campaign, a personal loan she is making direct campaign to help pay for tv advertising that just aren't on the air. back to the governor's race, a spokesperson for the american --
off challenger gregg bernstein. bernstein has picked up a big endorsement. jayne miller is live in the newsroom. has jessamy ever faced a challenge like this for office? >> it does not appear so. we have learned that jessamy is digging into her own pocket to pay for the campaign she is about to launch. she has bought $176,000 worth of tv time on baltimore's -- four of baltimore's tv station. the agile star running tomorrow, featuring congressman is lodger cummings, and will focus on her 15-year record as a state's attorney. they say they will not be in the attack ads. jessamy is using a personal loan to pay for the ads. digging into her own pocket is more evidence of how tight this race might be. gregg bernstein has picked up the endorsement of the city's police union. fob president says both can it work interviewed by officials. they believe bernstein will bring a fresh perspective to public safety. the union made no endorsement in the state's attorney's race in 2006. the union is a big organization, representing some 5000 active and retired police officers. most are not city r
. the suspect is somebody who made his living as a lawyer. here's jayne miller. >> it has been a painful six years. injured in a car accident, she has had three surgeries to correct problems with her spinal cord and back. >> and now i need another surgery on my back because almost the same condition is happening. my legs have been giving out the correct she had hoped to receive were placed compensation benefits. she won her claim, but the benefit checks -- that is a whole other story. is that your signature of? >> and no. >> the allegation is that you forced checks. >> following the money trail. >> i have done this for 33 years and i have never seen anything like this. >> jim miller for the i-team. >> she was kidnapped and held captive for six and a half years in the jungle. sits down for an interview. 62 degrees on tv hill. >> another look at weather and traffic together before you head out to start your day. stay w >> a very good morning to you. 62 degrees at the airport this morning. much nicer than yesterday. we are downtown, 66 degrees. it will be hot for the first start of fall. we wer
'm jayne miller, wbal-tv 11 news. >> five maryland public schools can now add a national blue ribbon to their list of accomplish ams. among the 300 schools nationwide being given top honors, baltimore county's eastern technical high, howard county's ellicott mills middle, frederick county's new market elementary, calvert county's northern middle and northwestern county. it was given the schools consistently high performance and a high percentage of economically disadvantaged students who have shown significant improvement. >> congratulations. not everyone was thrilled when pop star justin bieber's performance while visiting the maryland state fair last week. state police report the 15-year-old singing sensation threw water balloons at a pair of state troopers, dousing one trooper's gun with water, while the other got off to glancing blow. state police say while actions were inappropriate, no police charge were made, and therefore, no charges will be filed. >> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. picking up just a tad out there. we have report of an accident in th
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